Why python is called interpreted language

Python is an interpreted language , which means the source code of a Python program is converted into bytecode that is then executed by the Python virtual machine. Python is different from major compiled languages, such as C and C + +, as Python code is not required to be built and linked like code for these languages.


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Python programs are typically 3-5 times shorter than equivalent Java programs . This difference can be attributed to Python’s built-in high-level data types and its dynamic typing.

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Well explained @yashaswini.kgowda95 in short

Python is interpreted. There is no separate compile step after writing Python code and before running.


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Python is interpreted language and compilation is done internally by python virtual machine so python is called as interpreted language :+1:

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